The Communication Between CPPCC Delegation and Dubai Water &Civil Office

“For generations to come”-Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

On 10th April, Yingtan Municipal Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) came to visit Dubai Water &Civil Office of DEWA through the coordination and organization of Harir Events.

Yingtan is a prefecture-level city and the major rail transport hub in the east of Jiangxi province, which is famous of designing and producing porcelains. Moreover, Yingtan is a time-honored city with a long history of more than 3,000 years, and it is the birthplace of Taoism as well.

Mr Mohammed (the Vice President of Civil P&E Water Maintenance), Mr Saeed (Manager of Unaccounted For Water), Mr Kemal (Senior Manager of Water SCADA), Mr Aazim (Senior Specialist of Projects &Engineering) and Mr Murad (Deputy Manager of Business Excellence) attended this meeting and shared the strategy, the latest advanced water conservancy projects and monitoring system of Water &Civil Office.

At the end of the meeting, Chairman Dai expressed her gratitude for the warm reception of Dubai Water& Civil Office. She stressed that, Dubai Water& Civil Office is one of the most prominent digital utilities in the world, in line with the fourth industrial revolution that the world is experiencing by effectively combining the cutting-edge technologies of digital technology, artificial intelligence, computer technology with local water conservancy facilities construction. We will learn successful experiences from this exchange to lay solid foundation for water conservancy development and civil project construction of Yingtan, and the establishment of sister cities in the future. We also welcome Dubai government and relevant departments to visit Yingtan to look for more collaborative opportunities, and make the contribution for the development of countries and regions along the “Belt and Road” Initiative.

On behalf of the delegation, Chairman Dai presents with the gift (Chinese porcelain, the courser in the porcelain means succeeding immediately upon its arrival)